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21 organisations receive National Productivity Award

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Published: 01:46, 9 June 2024  
21 organisations receive National Productivity Award

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A total of 21 organizations on Saturday received the "National Productivity and Quality Excellence Award-2022" for their significant contributions to the industrial sector through maintaining higher productivity and quality of products.

Industries Minister Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun handed over the awards and certificates to the representatives of the recipient organizations as the chief guest at a function at the Foreign Service Academy in the city, said a press release.

Senior Secretary of the Industries Ministry Zakia Sultana and President of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) Mahbubul Alam attended the function as special guests, reports BSS.

In his speech, Humayun hoped that through such awards and recognition, new thinking will emerge which will enable efficient and effective use of human resources, machines and other materials in the production process.

"I believe that after receiving this award, the organizations will be able to meet the needs of the 21st century," he added.

National Productivity Organization (NPO) under the Ministry of Industries has given the 'National Productivity and Quality Excellence Award-2022' award in six categories.

The organisation has also given the 'Institutional Appreciation Award-2022' to one business organization.

Of the large industries, Eco-Tex Limited has secured the first position in the RMG subsector, while Fakir Fashion Limited bagged the second prize and Square Fashions Limited won the third prize.

Green Textile Limited has secured the first position in the Textile subsector, while 4a Yarn Dyeing Limited bagged the second prize and Mozaffar Hossain Spinning Mills Limited won the third prize.

Ispahani Tea Limited has secured the prize in the Food and Beverage subsector while Nuvista Pharma Limited bagged the prize in the medicine and chemical subsector.

Banga Building Materials Limited has secured the first position in the steel, engineering and service subsector, while Multiline Industries Limited bagged the second prize.

Of the medium size industries, FGS Denim Wear Limited won the first prize in RMG subsector, while Shanta Expression Limited won the second prize.

Biopharma won the first prize in medicine subsector while Gate Oil Limited won the second prize. Bongo Plastic International Limited won the prize in the Steel and Engineering subsector.

In small industries, Sheltech holdings Limited, Rangpur Foundry Limited and Adzi Trims Limited won the first, second and third prizes, respectively.

In micro industries, cottage industries and state-won industries, Masco Dairy Enterprise, Rupkotha Fashion and Caru and Company (Bangladesh) won the first, second and third prizes, respectively.

Besides, the Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) won the 'Institutional Appreciation Award 2022'.

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